Description - Sacajawea recognized this huge landmark, resembling the head of a swimming beaver, while traveling with the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The site is 4949 feet in elevation and is 71 acres in size. The site is undeveloped, unsigned and is designated a primitive park so there are no fees to visit the site. There are golf courses and museums nearby in Dillon.
Recreation - hiking
lewis and clark
Beaverhead Rock State Park is located 15 miles north of Dillon on Highway 41. Or travel 14 miles south of Twin Bridges on Montana Highway 41.